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TEA Conservator For HISD Suspends the Superintendent's Search

3 hours ago by Margaret Downing
The Houston ISD school board that voted in February to continue its search for a permanent superintendent was hauled up short Monday when a Texas Education Agency conservator assigned to the district told them to halt proceedings. Dr. Doris Delaney sent the board a letter dated March 25 saying they...

Weather Week: Another Nice Spring Week on Tap

14 hours ago by Jeff Balke
Despite a few clouds, it turned out to be a pretty nice weekend. The sun managed to peek through the clouds off and on, and the mild temperatures along with a pleasant breeze made for some great spring weather. More of that is coming this week. Monday should be much...

ITC Reports Progress and No More Setbacks at Its Deer Park Plant

14 hours ago by Margaret Downing
The U.S. Coast Guard stepped up its efforts to reopen the Houston Ship Channel Sunday, by tripling the length of its booms as it worked to capture more of the chemical toxins released in the March 22 containment wall breach that followed the March 17 ITC tank farm fire. Lt. Commander...

Before They Were All Anxiety and Bile, Pink Floyd Knew How to Have Fun

15 hours ago by Cory Garcia
Bands evolve. This is been part of the template of rock and roll since the very beginning. The four lads who created a sensation at the start of their careers were a different group of men, sonically speaking, by the time The Beatles came to a close. Whether these evolutions...

April Art Shows: "Stonewall 50," Frida Fest, and British Pop Artist Derek Boshier

15 hours ago by Susie Tommaney
Sometimes it helps to have friends in high places. While in Germany local gallerist Gus Kopriva viewed a 2017 exhibit at the Wolfsburg Museum, "This Was Tomorrow, Pop Art in Great Britain," with extraordinary objects by The Beatles, David Hockney, Lord Snowdon, The Rolling Stones, The Who, and Derek Boshier...

Four Thoughts on Houston Texans Signing LT Matt Kalil

15 hours ago by Sean Pendergast
I've said this many times since Deshaun Watson took over as the unquestioned leader of the Houston Texans' on-field operation, and I'll say it again here — every decision the franchise makes needs to come with a good answer to the question "Is this in the best interests of Deshaun...

The Blues According to Boz (and Bobby)

16 hours ago by Bob Ruggiero
On the surface, actor Matthew McConaughey, writer Stephen Harrigan, photographer Mark Seliger, actress Jennifer Holliday, and musician Boz Scaggs may not have a lot in common. But as of this year, they’ve all got the same thing to display in their homes: A Texas Medal of Arts award. Bestowed biennially...

This Week in Houston Food Events: Savor a Spring Omakase Menu

16 hours ago by Brooke Viggiano
Here's a look at this week's hottest culinary happenings: Tuesday, March 26 Spring Omakase Menu tasting at Tobiuo Sushi Bar Tobiuo Sushi Bar, 23501 Cinco Ranch, will close the restaurant for two private omakase tastings led by chef Mike Lim, with seatings for ten guests at 7 and 8 p.m...

Stand-Up Billy Gardell Brings the Neighborly Charms of Young Sheldon to Houston's Joke Joint

16 hours ago by Vic Shuttee
“I don’t know why I keep getting cast a cop, I’m pretty sure I couldn’t catch anybody!”

Four Thoughts on Justin Verlander's $66 Million Contract Extension With the Astros

16 hours ago by Sean Pendergast
Well, if the Houston Astros' regular season is as eventful as the last four or five days have been for the Houston Astros' future payroll, 2019 should be a helluva good time out at Minute Maid Park! Just a few days after locking up third baseman Alex Bregman for the...

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